UC Berkeley uses AI sensors to ease anxiety of caretakers for dementia patients

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A study from UC Berkeley shows that caretakers for people living with dementia are at high risk of suffering from clinical anxiety, depression and social isolation, but they could be getting some relief thanks to some 'eye in the sky' sensors, a collaboration of artificial intelligence and behavioral science.

To tell us more, KCBS Radio news anchor Melissa Culross spoke with Dr. Robert Levenson, Psychology professor at UC Berkeley and the study's principal investigator.

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